Hi guys,
This is definitely not a lifedeath issue, but...
Is there a way to insert Pi without the need to enter all the digits? I mean, with the attached patch I get funny things like sin 180 deg = 2. e06, or sin 360= 4.4e06
This is probably because one cannot enter the accurate value of Pi (I tried to, but Pd does not accept more than five digits after the point).
Honestly, I do want to see "0" when Pd calculates sin 180
Any suggestion (other than "go grab a beer")?
ymotion

Pi ?

i think you can use [pi], or
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[atan]

[*4]any technology distinguishable from magic
is insufficiently advanced. 
Hi Sunji,
Thanks for your reply. I still get decimal values when calculating 180, 360, 540 in sin and 90, 270, 450 in cos (see attached file). Pd doesn't like ZEROs 
That's floating point for ya.
any technology distinguishable from magic
is insufficiently advanced. 
pi is an irrational number with an infinite number of digits, so you can only do an approximation of it with a finite number of bits. You can't really expect it to be perfect.